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25 Foods That Can Make You Smarter & Give You A Sharp Memory

Updated on August 3, 2015

Foods That Can Make You Smarter?

Yes, it's really true that there are plenty of foods that can make you smarter, but how? Well, they can by boosting the activity of your brain, giving you energy and keeping you healthy in general.

Let's mention these foods now!

1- Anchovies:

Anchovies are rich in omega 3 fatty acids, which are the ones that help your brain's memory cells stay active and prevents diseases as such.

2- Avocados:

Avocados Help fasten up the blood circulation between the heart and the brain, giving the brain enough oxygen and making it more active. Avocado is also one of these foods that can prevent aging. Sounds too good to be true?

3- Eggs:

Eggs are great natural energy boosters beside their capability of keeping your memory sharp and your concentration to things clearer and stronger.

4- Blueberries:

Your brain cells love blueberries! They have been proven to provide a long-term sharp memory along with strawberries.

5- Coffee:

Coffee is able to regulate your mood, boost your concentration and awake you, though some studies suggest that coffee is more beneficial for women than for men.

6- Salmon:

Salmon is full of the minerals and acids that your brain needs to work and be more productive, it can always speed up your brain's activity.

7- Peppermint:

Peppermint can Boost your concentration and memory, it's always used as a natural cure for coughing and illnesses.

8- Pomegranate:

Pomegranate can be excellent to reduce your stress levels! It is also one of these foods that can reduce aging and wrinkles.

9- Brussels Sprouts:

Brussels Sprouts are great for protecting your brain's cells and also boosting energy!


10- Green Tea:

Besides Green Tea's capability of strengthening your memory, it can also make you lose some fat and stay healthy and away from aging.

11- Kale:

Also known as the anti-aging vegetable. Kale can strengthen your brain's cells activity and protecting them from aging and getting diseases.

12- Chocolate:

Chocolate is able to make you think faster and it also increases blood flow and reduces its pressure. The most common type of chocolate which can actually do what's mentioned above is the black/dark one.

13- Pumpkin Seeds:

Pumpkin seeds are great for mood regulation and are good for the brain's health in general.

14- Coconut oil:

Besides Coconut oil's ability to sharpen memory, this great oil has been also proven to reduce belly fat.

15- Flax seeds:

Flax seeds are Good for mood regulation and helps in giving you more concentration and a stronger memory, it's great for the prevention of depression as well.

There are many other fruits, vegetables and seeds which can hep your memory and get you smarter. Some of these foods are:

Tuna, oysters, garlic, apples, kelp, spinach, sage, beans, brown rice and lentils.


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